RAVENOL Motobike 4-T Ester SAE 5W-30

CategoryMotorbike engine oil

Item number1171101

Viscosity 5W-30

Specification API SN

Oil type Synthetic

Approvals JASO MA2 T903:2016 (M049RAV172)

Recommendation Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Moto-Guzzi, Suzuki, Triumph, Yamaha

Application Motorcycle

RAVENOL Motobike 4-T Ester SAE 5W-30 is a 4 stroke high performance low friction multi-range engine oil which was especially produced for 4 stroke motorbikes. Because of its synthetic components and a balancedinnovative additivation it is suitablefor superior engines of motorbikes with wet couplings and oil lubricated couplings.

The excellent cold start behaviour provides an optimum lubrication safety during the cold run phase. Because of a considerable fuel saving RAVENOL Motobike 4-T Ester SAE 5W-30 contributes to protect theenvironment by reducing the emissions.

Application Note

RAVENOL Motobike 4-T Ester SAE 5W-30 is suitable as a high performance low friction engine oil for all motorbikes in case the specification SAE 5W-30 is requested.


  • a very stable and excellent viscosity behaviour
  • an excellent shear stability
  • very good cold start characteristics
  • a safe lubrication film at very high operating temperatures
  • a considerable lower evaporation tendency, therefore a lower oil consumption
  • very good detergent and dispersant characteristics
  • a very good corrosion protection
  • protection against foam formation
  • suitable for catalysts

Technical Product Data

Density at 20 °C kg/m³ 848 EN ISO 12185
Colour gelbbraun VISUELL
Viscosity at 100 °C mm²/s 11,6 DIN 51562-1
Viscosity at 40 °C mm²/s 69 DIN 51562-1
Viscosity Index VI 165 DIN ISO 2909
CCS Viscosity at -30 °C mPa*s 5683 ASTM D5293
Low Temp. Pumping viscosity (MRV) at -35 °C mPa*s 23000 ASTM D4684
Pourpoint °C -42 DIN ISO 3016
Noack Volatility % M/M 5,6 ASTM D5800
Flashpoint °C 250 DIN EN ISO 2592
tbn mg KOH/g 7,9 ASTM D2896
Sulphated Ash %wt. 0,86 DIN 51575

All indicated data are approximate values and are subject to the commercial fluctuations.

Download PDF